If shepherds delight in a red sky in the evening and. conversely, make preparations if they see a red sky in the morning, what do they do with a red sky at noon? There have been reports of unusually warm tones in the sky from across the UK as the result of particles dragged into the upper atmosphere by the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia, which is also making its presence felt on land today.
In Oxford, the sky seemed more golden than red, like what photographers call the ‘golden hour’ and, while I was cycling down to town for an afternoon meeting, had turned more of a bruised colour. I wonder what it will be doing by the time it comes to cycle home? Anyway, meeting starting so time to finish this post.